Prebendaries: Liddington

Fasti Ecclesiae Anglicanae 1541-1857: Volume 9, Lincoln Diocese. Originally published by Institute of Historical Research, London, 1999.

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'Prebendaries: Liddington', Fasti Ecclesiae Anglicanae 1541-1857: Volume 9, Lincoln Diocese, (London, 1999), pp. 87-88. British History Online https://www.british-history.ac.uk/fasti-ecclesiae/1541-1847/vol9/pp87-88 [accessed 20 June 2024].

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PREBENDARIES OF LIDDINGTON

Preb. valued 3 Sept. 1535 at £20 0s 8d (Valor IV 343).

William Bretten D.Cn. & C.L.1532-1552.

Coll. 10 Aug. 1532 (Reg. XXVII f. 9v). Instal. 12 Aug. (CA 1520-36 p. 154). D. 18 July 1552 (Westminster Abbey Libr., W.A.M. no. 37382; CA 1547-59 p. 77).

Richard Barber B.C.L.1552-1589.

Compounded for first-fruits 14 Sept. 1552 (P.R.O., E 334/4 f. 104). Instal. by proxy 1 Oct.; in person 24 May 1554 (fn. 1) (CA 1547-59 pp. 77, 107). He asked 14 Sept. to be pres. by chapter to the bp. for ordination, he being previously only an exorcist (ibid. p. 142). D. 15 Feb. 1589 (m.i., Yoxall, Staffs.) (Survey of Cath. II 114; A/3/7 f. 106).

William Pelsant B.D.1589-1640.

Coll. n.d.; instal. in person 19 March 1589 (A/3/7 f. 106). Leased out preb. 13 Sept. 1633 for 3 lives (A/3/9 f. 178). Preb. vac. 13 Sept. 1640 by res. of last holder (most probably William Pelsant) (ibid. f. 205).

John Pelsant B.D.1640-1661.

Coll. by abp. during suspension of Bp. Williams; instal. in person 13 Sept. 1640 (A/3/9 f. 205). Coll. by bp. 19 Nov. 1641 (Reg. XXXI p. 15; P.R.O., E 331/Lincoln 9). D. 26 Sept. x 19 Dec. 1661 (Leics. R.O., PR Cadeby; Dj/26/1/8).

William Gery D.D.1661-1668.

Coll. 19 Dec. 1661 (Reg. XXXII f. 14v). Instal. in person 31 Dec. (Dj/25/4 f. 1r- v). D. 31 March 1668 (Nichols, Hist. Leics. II i 108n, 289, 419; Reg. XXXIII f. 100v).

William Wyatt B.D.1668-1685.

Coll. 22 Apr. 1668 (Reg. XXXIII f. 100v). Instal. in person 13 May (Dj/25/4 f. 15r-v). D. 9 Sept. 1685 (m.i., Astley, Warwicks.) (Survey of Cath. II 87; Reg. XXXIV f. 88v).

George Reynell D.D.1685-1687.

Coll. 26 Oct. 1685 (Reg. XXXIV f. 88v). Instal. in person 31 Oct. (A/3/11 f. 110). D. by 16 July 1687 (Reg. XXXIV f. 99).

[Oxf. R.O., will pr. 20 July 1687: dated? Buried CCC chapel, m.i. only year]

John Gery LL.D.1687-1722.

Coll. 16 July 1687 (Reg. XXXIV f. 99). Instal. in person 13 Aug. (A/3/11 f. 117v). D. 9 Aug. 1722 (Hist. Reg. Chron. 1722, vii 38; Reg. XXXVII p. 164).

Edward Griffith M.A.1722-1727.

Coll. 9 Aug. 1722 (Reg. XXXVII p. 164). Instal. in person 11 Aug. (A/3/13 p. 134). D. by 31 Aug. 1727 (Dj/27/2/14).

Charles Reynolds M.A.1727-1728.

Coll. 31 Aug. 1727 (Reg. XXXVIII p. 158). Instal. in person 6 Sept. (Bij/3/1). Chancellor (and preb. of Stoke) 1728.

Squire Payne M.A.1728-1751.

Coll. 12 Nov. 1728 (Reg. XXXVIII p. 195). Instal. in person 21 Nov. (A/3/13 p. 199; Bij/3/1). Bp. Reynolds dissolved the union of the archdcnry of Stow with preb. of Louth 10 Nov. 1730, and united it with preb. of Liddington (Reg. XLI p. 443); conf. by chapter 21 Nov. (A/3/13 p. 215). Payne d. by 10 Jan. 1751 (burial, Barnack, Northants.) (Northants. R.O., PR Barnack; Dj/27/3/29).

Preb. held with the archdcnry of Stow to 21 Apr. 1874 (Reg. XLI pp. 443-4).

Footnotes

  • 1. It is not known whether he was pres. by Christopher Massingberd, archdcn. of Stow, John Pope, chancellor of Lincoln, and Anthony Forster of Newark, Notts., gentleman, or their assigns, to whom Bp. Longland gr, next pres. 22 Feb. 1547 (CA 1536-47 p. 134), but cf. Barber's pres. to archdcnry of Leicester and archdcnry of Bedford for the involvement of some of the same people.